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ISCR Becomes Instant Player in the Obamacare EMR/Cost Savings Sweepstakes
Date:11/23/2009

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Instacare Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board: ISCR) announced today that its proprietary brands of MD@Hand and Practice Probe EMR and other e-health technologies have been successfully engineered to seamlessly function on popular smart cell phones. The adaptation of our desktop and hand-held interactive medical software to the Apple iPhone, the Palm Pre, the Verizon Windows phones and several RIM Blackberry models responds to February's federal government demand for healthcare cost structure revision. Its release also positions Instacare at the forefront of companies scrambling to satisfy the government's mandate for broad cost reduction and systemic restructuring of healthcare billing, information storage and recordkeeping.

The February 2009 health industry cost saving initiatives proposed by President Obama directs the industry to rapidly transition from an inefficient and costly paper dependency to an instantaneous electronic mechanism for conducting communications within and throughout the industry. The electronic patient medical records technologies and other electronic medical cost saving technologies contained within the company's MD@Hand and Practice Probe technologies enable any healthcare provider to immediately satisfy the requirements of the government's initiatives. Their adaptation to new "application rich" smart phones allows the physician to manage their medical practice efficiently and effectively, from the point of care, through a single, standard, smart/cell phone.

Robert Jagunich, Chairman of Instacare Corp. commented: "Instacare is operating within the 'sweet spot' of the government's cost saving initiatives. Our medical technologies, when implemented, will play an increasing role in reducing the nation's healthcare costs which many believe have grown out of control due to mismanagement, inefficiencies, fraud and abuse. We believe we are first-to-market with an EMR mechanism that works through several popular makes of smart, Internet enabled, cell phones. Imagine secure EMR and medical data for up to 5,000 patients stored for 10 years on a little plug-in chip about one third the size of a postage stamp. This breakthrough introduction will be followed shortly by the filing of two new patent applications and our discussion of additional initiatives directed toward parallel markets."

The Company's MD@Hand technologies allow physicians to gain access and securely store electronic medical records without the need of a stand-alone computer, tablet PC or PDA. The company estimates that the Verizon Windows phones will allow EMR permanent storage for up to 5,000 patients for up to 20 years. The Apple iPhone, Palm Pre and the Blackberry phones are equally impressive although permanent storage is slightly less.

Forward Looking Statements:

This release contains forward-looking statements about our business or financial condition that reflect our assumptions and beliefs based on information currently available. We can give no assurance that the expectations indicated by such forward-looking statements will be realized. There may be other risks and circumstances that we are unable to predict. When used in this release, words such as "believes," "expects," "forecasts," "intends," "projects," "plans," "anticipates," "estimates," "will" and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements, although there may be certain statements not accompanied by such expressions.

For further information or the smart phone-centric MD@Hand technologies, please visit the company's Web Sites: http://www.instacare.net or http://www.pharmatechdirect.com.


Company Contact:
Instacare Corp,
Keith Berman
(805) 446-1973
info@Instacare.net

SOURCE Instacare Corp.

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RobertJagunich,ChairmanofInstacareCorp.commented:"Instacareisoperatingwithinthe'sweetspot'ofthegovernment'scostsavinginitiatives.Ourmedicaltechnologies,whenimplemented,willplayanincreasingroleinreducingthenation'shealthcarecostswhichmanybelievehavegrownoutofcontrolduetomismanagement,inefficiencies,fraudandabuse.Webelievewearefirst-to-marketwithanEMRmechanismthatworksthroughseveralpopularmakesofsmart,Internetenabled,cellphones.ImaginesecureEMRandmedicaldataforupto5,000patientsstoredfor10yearsonalittleplug-inchipaboutonethirdthesizeofapostagestamp.Thisbreakthroughintroductionwillbefollowedshortlybythefilingoftwonewpatentapplicationsandourdiscussionofadditionalinitiativesdirectedtowardparallelmarkets."

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ForwardLookingStatements:

Thisreleasecontainsforward-lookingstatementsaboutourbusinessorfinancialconditionthatreflectourassumptionsandbeliefsbasedoninformationcurrentlyavailable.Wecangivenoassurancethattheexpectationsindicatedbysuchforward-lookingstatementswillberealized.Theremaybeotherrisksandcircumstancesthatweareunabletopredict.Whenusedinthisrelease,wordssuchas"believes,""expects,""forecasts,""intends,""projects,""plans,""anticipates,""estimates,""will"andsimilarexpressionsareintendedtoidentifyforward-lookingstatements,althoughtheremaybecertainstatementsnotaccompaniedbysuchexpressions.

Forfurtherinformationorthesmartphone-centricMD@Hand'target='_blank'title='MD@Hand'>MD@Hand'target='_blank'title='MD@Hand'target='_blank'title='MD@Hand'>MD@Hand'>MD@Hand'target='_blank'title='MD@Hand'>MD@Hand'target='_blank'title='MD@Hand'target='_blank'title='MD@Hand'>MD@Hand'target='_blank'title='MD@Hand'target='_blank'title='MD@Hand'>MD@Hand'>MD@Hand'target='_blank'title='MD@Hand'>MD@Hand'>MD@Hand'target='_blank'title='MD@Hand'>MD@Hand'target='_blank'title='MD@Hand'target='_blank'title='MD@Hand'>MD@Hand'>MD@Hand'target='_blank'title='MD@Hand'>MD@Handtechnologies,pleasevisitthecompany'sWebSites:http://www.instacare.netorhttp://www.pharmatechdirect.com.


CompanyContact:
InstacareCorp,
KeithBerman
(805)446-1973
info@Instacare.net

SOURCEInstacareCorp.


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